International Business Curriculum
Ross MBA curriculum offers numerous ways to integrate international perspectives and experiences into your education. You will be exposed to global issues inside and outside the classroom through the core courses, specifically the
World Economy, a core requirement for every MBA student.
Ross faculty incorporate international cases and perspectives from their own extensive international experiences and research into courses.
In addition, numerous elective courses focus specifically on international business issues. A few examples are MKT 615: International Marketing Management, STRAT 584: Business in Asia, STRAT 735: Topics in Global Sustainable Enterprise, BA 612: Business Strategies for the Base of the Pyramid, and FIN 612 & 614: International Financial Management.
MBAs can also participate in the
BA 685: International Business Immersion course, which enables students to travel and conduct action-based, team projects to enhance a. To request an application or learn more about the course, e-mail BA685@umich.edu.
Finally, our world-renowned
MAP program sends approximately 50 percent of our Ross MBA students on projects outside of the U.S. each year.
Ross students also have the unique opportunity to tailor their curriculum by taking courses through other top-ranked graduate and professional schools at the University of Michigan, by pursuing
language study for credit toward the MBA degree, or by pursuing a
dual degree with one of over twenty programs across campus.
Contact the MBA academic advisors group at RossGradAcadAdvising@umich.edu to plan your studies.